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Mike VC Saturday, May 25th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Marker Setup: Well I sold my #39 Ice Adrenalin Angel so now I shoot:

DYE Ultralite Cocker with .688 Ultralite and Full Freak System
Air America Apocalypse 2K 68 C.I. 4500 psi.
Air America Messiah Regulator
Orracle 3-way (much shorter and flows more air than the DYE)
(Hey do you really want to know what the rest of my gun is? Drops, tails, etc?)
Strengths: This system is 10 ounces lighter than the Armageddon and thus has a big advantage for front players. In fact, I sold my Armageddon to get the 2K. Originally, I had ordered this system in the 45 C.I. but because Air America's supplier of fiber wrapped tanks is extremely slow I had to settle for a 68 C.I.
Some nice features of the 2K are:
-Much lighter than the Armageddon
-On/Off valve is much appreciated
-System is slightly more compact than an Armageddon
Weaknesses: Well the only thing I can even gripe about is the fact that bottle isn't detachable. But then again, that is why the system is lighter than the Armageddon.
Conclusion: Air america has always made quality products and this air system is no exception. I would recommend it highly to any player.
10 out of 10

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